Blue Krystal will be closed from the 24th March. We are doing this in the best interest of the community.
At Blue Krystal, we understand that the WHO (World Health Organisation) announcing COVID-19 (“coronavirus“) as a pandemic creates a sense of panic. It is for this reason, Blue Krystal is now prioritising the health and safety of its clients, ladies and staff. We remain vigilant following the advice of the Australian Department of Health.
Currently as of today, there has been no incidents of COVID-19 reported within our location or in the Dandenong South area. There are many precautions in place to mitigate unnecessary risk. Some of these include:
Cleaning high contact areas more often
No touching during introductions
No unnecessary shaking of hands
Avoiding contact of persons with any flu
Regular checking of workers/patrons for flu
Deep cleaning and sterilisation of main areas
If you can answer yes to any of these, then it is best to avoid visiting Blue Krystal:
Have you returned from overseas in the last 14 days?
Have you been in contact with anyone with COVID-19?
Shortness of breath
Blue Krystal is taking the health and safety of its workers and customers very seriously. It is important that our visitors practice good respiratory hygiene. This includes covering your mouth with a tissue when sneezing/coughing, or into a flexed elbow if you have to. It is also important to wash your hands rigorously for at-least 20 seconds with soap or an alcohol-based rub. Blue Krystal encourages any of its staff to refrain from coming into work if they have any flu like symptoms until they seek medical advice. If symptoms persist then prepare to self isolate until you receive advice from a medical practitioner. Once again we are taking the health and safety of our workers/staff as our number one priority during this difficult time, and we would like to thank you for your on going support.
In this time of uncertainty, we urge everyone to continue to follow the advice of government health authorities with regard to maintaining good hygiene practices. Additional information is available on the Victorian Government Department of Health and Human Services and Australian Government Department of Health websites.